World War II and the Holocaust changed the world in so many ways. As humanity lost its innocence, so did a lot of music.
We present to you a fascinating series inside one of Ottawa's hidden gems. In partnership with Canada's National Cemetery we offer three intriguing concerts in the historic Mausoleum followed by a farm-to-table reception.
Featuring Roddy Ellias
NEW DATE TBA
The popular songs that preceeded the war years were special and unique, echoing the sentiments of another generation. Yet the music has endured, and no matter what age you are, it’s likely you have heard them somewhere, sometime, and love them.
I'm Beginning to See the Light
Featuring Kellylee Evans
August 2021 (specific date TBA
By the end of the 1940s, the nervous energy and tension of bebop was replaced with a tendency towards calm and smoothness, that eventually influenced the birth of cool jazz. Kellylee takes you on a journey of post-war favorites
Each Mausoleum event includes a farm-to-table reception. The reception menu will be posted for each one and include vegan and gluten free options. Food menu is accompanied by StoneCropAcres Wine, non-alcoholic beverages, coffee and tea.
Ticket options will include:
buy one, buy two or buy all three and save!